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Top 5 Things To Do This Weekend

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Drink some of this and then go shopping. You won't regret it.
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Fashion's Night Out @ Scottsdale Fashion Square and Kierland Commons

Every person who's obsessed with fashion knows damn well that it's New York Fashion Week. Well, cities around the world are celebrating by getting shops to offer discounts, tiny fashion shows, style advice and a little bubbly on Friday, September 10. Anthropologie, French Connection, Nordstrom, and Neiman Marcus are just a few of the participants. Go ahead, catch a buzz and spend some dough. Click

here

and

here

for details or click

here

for the event website.

Don't miss the scoop on Second Friday in Mesa, First Friday After First Friday in Phoenix, AIDS Walk A-Go-Go and Banned & Censored Video Game Free Play after the jump ...

Second Friday @ Downtown Mesa
If you check this event out tonight, Friday, September 10, you'll probably have a two-minute love affair with Mesa and actually consider moving there. You don't have to go through all that trouble. Really. Just know that this walk with food, vendors, restaurants, and music happens every second Friday of the month. And as a special bonus this time around, Mesa Arts Center is have a little party. Click here for location details or click here for the event website.

First Friday After First Friday @ The Quincy
Oh, baby, it's a party. This one's dedicated to all the folks who are too busy working on First Friday art walks to enjoy themselves. So they moved the party a little later . . . way later. It starts at 2 a.m. (technically it's Saturday morning). Want to live it up? Check out the facebook event page for details and click here for location details.

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Don't take no shit.
AIDS Walk A-Go-Go @ various locations

This event involves drinking and bar-hopping. So walk. Or take a cab. Or the light rail. Because you are going to get sauced on Saturday, September 11, when you head out to

booze it up for AIDS research

. That's right, every drink you pay for benefits the fight against AIDS. We really can't think of a better reason to drink. Click

here

for details.

Banned & Censored Video Game Free Play @ Bookmans
Both stores are sticking it to our collective sense of decency by inviting video game geeks to grab a controller and start killing, raping, and pulling out spinal cords on various banned video games on Sunday, September 12. It's all a part of the store's ongoing events for "Fight Censorship Month" and we totally fucking dig that. Click here and here for details.

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